Take a look at this.
The performance is good, not quite professional (compare to this), but definitely a lot better than the average person could do.
The really interesting bit is the audience. When she first came on stage the audience was full of sneers are eye-rolls, and then it dissolved into stunned silence and then enthusiastic applause. This kind of thing just happens so rarely in real life. People can make cruel snap judgments. It’s amazing to see the object of those judgments not only prove them wrong, but causes a whole group of people to reverse their original appraisal and openly acknowledge it. Just the ‘Holy Crap! We were wrong!’ reactions make it worth watching.
Well done, Susan!
Apparently, the answer is yes.
There may be a market for a Little Snitch kind of iPhone app. Unfortunately the standard development kit doesn’t allow for writing that kind of system wide apps right now…
The European Union started legal action against Britain on Tuesday for not applying EU data privacy rules that would restrict an Internet advertising tracker called Phorm from watching how users surf the Web.
The regulators also warned that they could force social networking sites like Facebook or MySpace to hide minors’ profiles from search engines.
The European Commission said Britain should outlaw Internet traffic interception and monitoring unless users give explicit consent that their behavior can be tracked and analyzed.